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There’s been no shortage of SNES mods with built-in screens. They almost always tend to overlook one fundamental problem, however: with only one screen, gamers have to either share one tiny LCD or play solo, and neither option will make that Street Fighter II nostalgia trip a pleasant one. Frequent console
Today was a big day for the wireless world, and we definitely want to discuss it as soon as humanly possible while it’s fresh on our minds. Myriam and Brad are going to chat it up about Windows Phone 8 and the other crazy happenstances from this week, so we hope you can join the Engadget Mobile crew
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It’s easy to get obsessed with the super-fast, real-time cycle of online news. But don’t forget that the Web is a massive treasure trove of information about any topic. With just a bit of work, you can set up tracking and get regular updates about topics you’re passionate about. In this how-to article,
If you’re not joining the Galaxy S III bandwagon and aren’t keen on feeling completely left out, the ISeeYou app can give you a hand. Mimicking Sammy’s SmartStay feature, the app prevents your ICS device from slipping into sleep mode when you’re staring at its display. Springing $0.99 for the app nets
As the great Tom Petty once said, you don’t have to live like a refugee, but one UN agency is hoping you’ll at least download its new app to see what it could be like. My Life as a Refugee is designed to raise awareness about the plight of millions of people living in conflict-ridden places around the
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Unlike many of our friends in Europe, loads more Verizon Wireless customers are about to get turbocharged in time for their new Galaxy S III smartphones to arrive. Big Red is deploying its latest 4G LTE network tech in 46 new cities and expanding coverage in 22 others — and it’s all going down tomorrow.
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